Please consider signing up for our Summer Red Cross Blood Drive
Tuesday, August 5, 2014
10:00 AM-3:00 PM
Druckenmiller Hall Atrium
Please e-mail Kristin Steinman (email@example.com) to sign up to donate. Please e-mail Rosie Armstrong (firstname.lastname@example.org) to volunteer to staff the drive. Thank you!
Support Staff Advocacy Committee thanks members for participating in the SSAC Planning Survey a few weeks back. Out of 400 Support Staff members we had 140 responses. Gift card winners were: Marjorie DiVece, Dining Service; Hope Marden, Housekeeping; and Joyce Welt, Development.
New Committe Members: with three SSAC commitee members stepping down, we are grateful to these individuals who will join the committee in September: Kelsey Tardiff, Annual Giving; Martie Janeway, Art History; and Moe St. Pierre, Dining Service. Thank you to Mike Grim, Andrew Cushing, and Lauren Sweetman and our most recent Chair, Deb Infante, who stepped down in January to focus on the Workplace Advisor Program.
Summer dates to remember:
Tuesday, June 10, Campus Picnic including the presentation of Polar Star Awards.
Tuesday, August 5, American Red Cross Blood Drive, hosted by the SSAC (let us know if you would like to volunteer).
The SSAC committee has suspended meeting for the Summer and will resume our planning in September. We hope to host the Fall Social once again in October, stay tuned!
Welcome to the Bowdoin Support Staff Advocacy Committee (SSAC) web site.
We are committed to helping maintain a supportive and rewarding workplace for staff. You are encouraged to share your thoughts and concerns by contacting any of our members or by submitting an item in our Suggestion Box.
RESOURCES AND DISCOUNTS FOR COLLEGE EMPLOYEES
Employee Assistance Program – free, confidential help available 24/7/365 for all employees who may need assistance with almost anything – from relationship and family concerns to anxiety, depression, alcohol and drug abuse, stress, grief, and even financial or legal issues.
Workplace Advisor Program – receive confidential, neutral, and informal help from a group of trained Workplace Advisors who facilitate fair and equitable resolutions to employee concerns that arise in the workplace.
2-1-1 Maine – a program of the United Way of Mid-Coast Maine offering free and confidential statewide information and referral services for disabilities, elder care, employment and training, health advocacy, parenting and family mediation, child/adult protection, housing emergencies, heating fuel assistance, credit counseling, and more.
Benefits & Perks – complete information for benefits eligible employees about the College’s benefit programs, plan documents, and contact information for our benefit providers.
Other Perks – check out this collection of additional benefits available to College employees including employee discounts at local businesses, elder care resources in the state of Maine, or names of campus notaries.